If you accept all the praise, you have to accept all the critics.
– Chris Brogan, famous blogger
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As the clocks spring us forward this first week of March, we invite the light back into the day. Days are longer and we may start to feel more energetic as we emerge from a long dark winter of low tapas (directly translated as ‘fiery discipline’ or as defined by Swami Satchidananda- to burn out the impurities of the…Details
Metta (loving-kindness) is a well known practice in Buddhism in which we intentionally send forth love and compassion to our Self and to others. Historically, Metta actually dates back to some of the early Upanishads but in Sanskrit is known as the word ‘maitri.’ The pre-Buddha Indian sages who were practicing these virtues of loving-kindness…Details
We’re in the time of year when resolutions are typically made to better ourselves in some way. Most resolutions are quickly forgotten and fail within days, weeks or months, because they come from the ego’s desire and from a place of “not being good enough”. A sankalpa is an intention that comes from our true…Details
As we approach the holiday season, we are constantly bombarded with all the ‘hot,’ new items to put on our wish list for ourselves, our friends, and our family. How many options for tablets or smart phones do we really need? All of this marketing for ‘stuff’ makes the joy of gift-giving overwhelming and sometimes…Details
“Thankfulness is the beginning of gratitude. Gratitude is the completion of thankfulness. Thankfulness may consist merely of words. Gratitude is shown in acts.” – Henri-Frederic Amiel (philosopher/poet) As we approach the holiday season we prepare for the colder weather, busy work weeks and the anticipation of friends and family gathering together. We can get…Details
The Yoga of Action “The power of action shakes off the inertia blanketing our soul. It awakens our dormant forces of will and knowledge and infuses us with self-trust and self-confidence. In the light of this active will and knowledge we are able to see ourselves, discover our own strength, and awaken and deploy our…Details